Tennessee’s Growing Racial and Ethnic Diversity among 2020 Headlines
New 2020 Census data shows that the Tennessee is more diverse than it was ten year ago. Both changing demographics and new processing methods used by the Census Bureau are behind the change. We took a look at the new data and explain the trends.
2020 Population of Tennessee Counties and Incorporated Areas
New population totals for Tennessee counties and cities has been one of the most anticipated numbers to come out of the 2020 Census. We combined the new information with data from 2000 and 2010 to produce population totals and change for the twenty-year period.
2020 Census Redistricting Data Release Set for August 12th
By August 16, 2021, population data from the 2020 Census for the state’s counties and municipalities will be released. Because the data will require processing before it can be viewed, we compiled the basic information needed to plan for the release, access it and extract the new data.
Tennessee Population Tops 6.9 Million in First 2020 Census Result
Tennessee’s resident population grew to 6,910,840 over the past decade according to new 2020 Census results. The 8.9% growth rate was slower than the two previous decades but was enough to move the state up one spot to become the nations 16th most populous.
Schedule Falling into Place for 2020 Census Product Rollout
The timeline for the initial 2020 Census data products is beginning to fall into place. Release dates for the TIGER geographic products have been set, but a final determination of the timelines for 2020 apportionment counts and redistricting data is outstanding.
Additional Paper Questionnaires Mailed as 2020 Census nears September 30 Deadline
The September 30 deadline for collecting responses is now just 36 days away, and door-to-door field work by Census takers is underway across the state. While this signals that the end of the 2020 Census enumeration process is near, there is still work to do.